CV093 - Over the River

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Over the River
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Puzzle Number 093
Puzzle Name Over the River
Picarats Given 30 Picarats
Type River
Location Manor Border
Previous Puzzle CV092 - Wash Up
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This is the ninety-third puzzle that appears in Professor Layton and the Curious Village. To access this puzzle, you must talk to Ramon. In order to solve this puzzle, you must follow the rules to safely bring the wolf, sheep, and cabbage to the other side of the river.

Contents

[edit] Hints

Hint One
    Think about your first move here.

    If you take the wolf over first, the sheep will eat that poor, helpless cabbage.

    Meanwhile, if you take the cabbage over first, the sheep will fall victim to that hungry wolf.

    So now do you have a better idea about which of the three to move first?

Hint Two
    The key to solving this puzzle is being flexible in the way you go about solving it.

    Don't forget that you can bring a single creature or item with you when you return to the left bank of the river. When your cabbage or sheep is in danger, you can always bring it back with you.

Hint Three
    The sheep should travel first. When you return to the left bank, you can bring the wolf or the cabbage with you. However, remember that no matter what you bring over next, you'll have to take something back to the left bank to keep your sheep or cabbage from being eaten.

    Now you should be able to solve this puzzle with ease.


[edit] Messages

[edit] When Failed

You cannot fail this puzzle.

[edit] When Completed

Well done!

The shortest solution for this problem requires seven moves. How did you fare?

[edit] Step-By-Step Solution

  • Move the sheep to the right.
  • Move back to the left alone.
  • Move the cabbage to the right.
  • Move the sheep back to the left.
  • Move the wolf to the right.
  • Move back to the left alone.
  • Move the sheep to the right.

[edit] Progress

3685 Picarats and 189 Hint Coins.



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